Digital Signage Network

Digital Signage Network – Banks and Credit Unions

Alternatively known as dynamic signage, electronic signage, multi-media merchandising or narrowcasting, networks of digital signs are becoming commonplace in banks and credit unions across America.

Smaller credit unions with limited budgets are implementing low cost LCD panels and/or traditional CRTs in conjunction with traditional product displays. Larger financial institutions are often opting for more impressive built-in displays including rear projection TVs, large LCDs, and plasmas. Please visit www.StrandVision.com or give us a call at 715-235-7446 (SIGN) to learn more about setting up a digital signage network for your bank or credit union.

Making the Investment

Using digital signage sends the message to students that a school cares about technology and wants to invest in it. That doesn’t mean that a district needs to make a significant investment. “A basic solution, depending on the environment,” explains Joe Simone, director of K-12 education at CDW-G, “could be as simple as display mounts, video distribution switch and projectors.” Schools often invest first in signage in visible places (near the front office, the hallways, the auditorium and the gathering spaces) for instant communication purposes. Think of the places where there are bulletin boards and flyers — those are great places to start replacing paper with digital signage now that the price points have come down significantly in the last few years.

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About Mike

Mike is president of StrandVision Digital Signage. He has a wealth of Business Marketing experience with over 11 years in electronic digital signage and 13 years in bar coding with his previously sold company StrandWare.
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3 Responses to Digital Signage Network

  1. Good point. Digital signage is not only a way to de-clutter your office but to present the information in a way that catches attention and can be remembered.

    • Mike says:

      Ironically, I never noticed the posters that my own bank had at the teller lines until I started this business. Obviously (at least in my case) static signs go into lots of people’s “blind spot”. Now that they have our system in their drive up lanes and waiting areas, the animation and continual updates make it hard to ignore their business marketing.

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